. hello, everybody, and welcome to millionaire. kicking things off today is a u.s. navy captain who oversees the job assignments of 130,000 sailors and civilians. from norfolk, virginia, please welcome cynthia womble. nice to see you, cynthia. wow, that is a very, very big job. >> yes, it is. it's an amazing job and an amazing opportunity to take care of the sailors and their families all across the u.s. atlantic fleet and all across the navy, take care of those folks who are out there fighting for our freedom. >> absolutely. we appreciate all your efforts as well. you--cynthia, you joined the navy back in 1989, i believe. >> 1989. >> very few women were joining the navy at that point. >> that is true. >> what made you decide to do it, and what was it like for a woman back then? >> well, it was challenging, and i think you have similar experiences in television, actually, with how challenging it can be with trying to balance a family and a career. it definitely was not the normal thing to do. i was one of very few in my high school who even considered it at the time who was female.